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Guide to Empowerment in Mental Health in Lane County

MindFreedom Lane County composed this brief guide to ways that mental health consumers and psychiatric survivors can begin to have more of a voice. Download, print out "back to back" as a two-sided flyer, and please distribute widely. This is not meant as a full list, if you have resources to submit please e-mail them to lane@mindfreedom.org. [Updated as of March. 2008]

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